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Jan 31, 2013 5:00pm PST
lot of people up here i'm not an israeli senator. i'm an united states senator. this pressure makes us do dumb things at times. you said the jewish lobby that term should not have been used. it should have been some other term. name one person in your opinion who is intimidated by the israeli lobby in the united states senate. >> well, first-- >> name one. >> i don't know. >> well why would you say it. >> i didn't have in mind a specific person. >> you're listed as a co-author of that may 2012 global zero report on our nuclear posture. i believe there is a recommendation in there, a and i believe the recommendation is to drastically reduce the united states nuclear forces. >> that report was not a recommendation. that report as we have said in the report was a series of scenarios. >> john: republicans beating up a republican. for more on today's hearing and senator hagel's nomination to be our next defense senator i'm honored to be joined by former ambassador thomas pickering who in his distinguished career has served his country as ambassador to the u.n. russia, israel, india, el s
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Jan 23, 2013 9:00pm PST
united states. they were in danger and they knew it and unfortunately tragically they gave their lives for our country. >> john: i certainly respect your point on that. i would like to play another sound bite from senator paul where he accuses secretary clinton for failing to fulfill her responsibilities at the highest level. >> i don't think you were willfully. i don't suspect your motives for wanting to serve serve your country. but it was a failure of leadership. >> john: was it a failure of leadership or is this the way that bureaucracy sends to work. >> it's the way the world operates. we've had embassies attacked many times in the past. we've made security improvements in many places around the world. but to emphasize again you can never ever totally eliminate the risk involved. you can do that but that means either we don't have diplomats in critical places where we need them, or they're there but they're staying behind tall walls and glass barriers and unable to function and unable to do what we expect them to do. in these post conflict situations there is still an enormous work to do in a lengthy period of time to do it. we attack these issues as a whole of government. in afghanistan today we have
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